Even more pedantic than Aussie agents! The outrageous moment when the police in Singapore persuade drivers and MEET their children to see if they should sit on child seats
- The Singapore police were seen as they persuaded drivers and met with children
- According to the law, children must be 1.35 m tall before they can use a normal seat
- A local joke police had to be busy because the city & # 39; too safe & # 39; used to be
Australians may complain about police tactics, but images of officers in Singapore have shown that pedant enforcement can reach a whole new level.
A Singaporean man posted images of police officers who persuaded civilians on Sunday and measured children to determine if they needed a child's seat.
Several families can be seen with their cars stopped in the middle of the traffic while the police pull out tape measures while the small children look perplexed at their parents.
Singapore law requires children and adults under 1.35 meters to sit on a booster seat.
The local police said they could not comment on what they were doing precisely because the details are in any case & # 39; confidential in nature & # 39; were, according to Coconuts Singapore.
The video shows one car with an & # 39; excursion bus & # 39; on the side indicating that it may be a private taxi that, unlike Australia, does not require a child's seat – a rule that some Singaporeans say is a double standard.
However, taxi drivers in Singapore are still required to put children in the back of the car or they can get up to $ 2,100 in fines and six months in prison.
A Singaporean placed images of police officers on Sunday who persuaded civilians and measured children to possibly identify if they needed a child's seat
Many people living in Singapore criticized the police for their tactics, and a local claimed that they clearly had no major crime to attend.
& # 39; This all happens if our country is too safe. Not to catch a robber so the audience must show that they are still doing their job, & he said.
Others said the police clearly & # 39; hungry & # 39; was to the money that was the result of fines.
& # 39; This is not hunger (this) is daylight robbery, & # 39; a man said.
Many citizens who lived in Singapore criticized the police for their tactics of a local claim that they clearly had no major crime to attend
& # 39; Sunday is the best time to attack … What a sad family day, & # 39; the man who uploaded the video added.
Several other Singaporeans believed that the police tactics were unsafe and unnecessary.
Singapore's locals dealt with the issue and some called it money-hungry and aggressive police work, while others claimed they were just looking forward to child safety
& # 39; These officers should have set up a road block to check. Not random. Causing danger and inconvenience to other drivers are pulling them to a safe distance. & # 39;
Many others supported the police and added that if you did the right thing because of your child's safety, you didn't have to worry.
& # 39; It's for your child's safety! If you don't care about the safety of your children, let the government help you, & a woman said.
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